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From: Prompt improvement of a pressure ulcer by the administration of high viscosity semi-solid nutrition via a nasogastric tube in a man with tuberculosis: a case report

Figure 2

Chronological change of hemoglobin concentration (square), serum albumin concentration (circle) and C-reactive protein titer (triangle). Anti-tuberculosis drugs were started on the first day of admission (arrow a). Liquid nutrition was increased to 1,200 kcal/day on the 14th day of admission (arrow b). Semi-solid nutrition of 1,200 kcal/day was started on the 21st day of admission (arrow c). Debridement of the sacral pressure ulcer was conducted on the 22nd day of admission (arrow d).

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